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Wednesday 7/30 Dmitry & Maria Cleve Douglass Ellen Kaye and the M57 Band Thursday 7/31 Laura Foulke Ellen Kaye and the M57 Band Friday 8/1 dwayne. Mary Foster Conklin Jordan Pettay Ellen Kaye and the M57 Band Saturday 8/2 Feeding Goats Ellen Kaye and the M57 Band Sunday 8/3 Jim Petrie & Jonathan Gregg Hayley Biegel Ellen Kaye and the M57 Band
Clocktower Radio interviews the creators of the Free Music Archive to discuss law, innovation, open-source activism, networking, music, and communications. With Ken Freedman, WFMU Station Manager and self-described DJ, Red Sea Pedestrian, Self-Hating Atheist, Skier, Proud New Jerseyan and bubbling cauldron of rage and Jason Sigal, founding director of the Free Music Archive, an expert in alternative copyrights and digital distribution, a WFMU DJ and a member of the band Lame Drivers.
Ninja Party will be a reminder for the general population of NYC to stay healthy and play along with their children. In conjunction with the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle live action film set to debut in theaters August 8, 2014 the theme is All Age Mutant Ninja Turtles. The event will feature live music , a fashion show, ninja mask gallery, dance performances, costume contests, games and free giveaways.Music by DJ Boston Chery. Hosted by Spike Grant,The MarXman. Performances by Paul Marz, Lucid, Pusha Chix, Saidu, The Higher Concept, Mark Marvel, Sunny Haze more
Permanency features artwork recently accessioned by the Museum which is currently comprised of approximately 1,300 pieces.This exhibit will feature work from the mid-20th century to 2013 artists including James Bidgood, Dyke Action Machine (DAM), Nan Goldin, Red Grooms, Harmony Hammond, Robert Indiana, Deborah Kass, George Platt Lynes, Duane Michals, Annie Sprinkle,Arthur Tress, and many others.
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Roundtable discussion on NY radio culture generally and followed by a curated set of music and programming from different stations. DJ set by Delphine Blue (EVR and Clocktower Radio) and others
The Williamsburg Music Ctr 367 Bedford Av Brooklyn NY 718-384-1654 invites all to: "Contoversially Speaking" with artworks sure to stir up some controversy and conversation great live jazz by Gerry Eastman and his house band. (http://amsterdamnews.com/news/2014/may/01/gerry-eastmans-island-bedford-avenue/) Aug 22 9pm until closing.. art by Keith Duncan, Alain Laforestrie, Josue Fred, Helene Ruiz and David Freeman... Spoken word / poetry by published poet from 9-10pm by "Just Bill" of Inner Child Press (http://www.iamjustbill.com/), also featuring poets Robert Gibbons, Albert Carrasco, Jamie Bond and William Washington no cover charge 2 drink minimum.
Dominik is debuting BEATRICE - TO HELL AND BACK; it is the second work in a trio of installations deconstructing human attachments and interactions. BEATRICE, is a work of emotional autobiography. A modern story with a historic soul. The installation integrates sculpture, multi- media photographic images, neon, the written word, layered soundtrack and scent. We will be opening BEATRICE- To Hell and Back at the Onishi Gallery September 16th- October 11th.
Emmanuel Fremin Gallery is delighted to announce the representation of legendary artist Moby. Born in New York’s Harlem, on 148th St., Moby grew up in Connecticut and then returned to New York, where he spent most of his life. A few years ago, he moved to L.A., due to “its singular pre-apocalyptic strangeness”, as he declared recently. Moby was exposed to art since his childhood, being raised in a family of artists: his mother was a painter and an uncle of him was a sculptor. Another uncle, Joseph Kugielsky, who was a photographer at the New York Times, gave him his used photo equipment, so that Moby started taking pictures at the age of 10 with his first camera - an old Nikon F that had been in Vietnam. At university Moby had a double major, in philosophy and photography. He spent years and years in the SUNY Purchase College’s darkroom developing and printing for himself and for others. Moby’s latest series of photographs “Innocents" is based on the artist’s own theory that the Apocalypse has already happened. Tragic events influenced him. After September 11 – which coincidentally is also Moby’s birthday. From his mind-blowing music to his photographs related to his own directed videos, in terms of visual motifs, composition, and psychedelic colors, Moby defines himself as a multi-faceted artist, extremely emotional and rational at the same time.